Mines Games Pattern Crazy Time while playing Online Casino
June 2020 saw Evolution Gaming delivering yet another enticing wheel-based game akin to the hugely popular Dream Catcher and Monopoly Live. Crazy Time also plays on a 54-segment wheel but offers four bespoke bonus mini-games that further add to the level of interactivity.
The game is entirely based on chance and all you must do to win is predict which sector the wheel will stop on after it comes to rest. You can bet on numbers 1, 2, 5, and 10 for the chance to win 1x, 2x, 5x, and 10x your wager. The alternative is to back one of the four bonus games, Crazy Time, Pachinko, Cash Hunt, or Coin Flip.
|Crazy Time Summary|
|Release Date||June 2020|
|Software Studio||Evolution Gaming|
|Game Type||Wheel-based game show|
|Betting Limits||$0.10 to $100|
|Maximum Prize||Up to $500,000|
|Compatible Devices||Desktop, iOS/Android Smartphones, Tablets|
|RTP Range||94.33% to 96.08%|
The two-reel mini slot above the wheel activates on each spin to randomly award a multiplier on one of the betting spots. The payouts, probabilities, and returns vary across the board, depending on your wager.
|Crazy Time Wheel Segments, Probabilities, and Theoretical Return|
|Outcome||Number of Wheel Segments||Probability of Hitting||Theoretical Return||House Edges|
|Coin Flip||4 segments||7.41%||95.70%||4.30%|
|Crazy Time||1 segment||1.85%||94.41%||5.59%|
|Cash Hunt||2 segments||3.70%||95.27%||4.73%|
As it turns out, some bet types in Crazy Time offer lower theoretical return than double-zero roulette where the house edge generally stands at 5.26% for most wagers. The only exception is the five-number bet where the house edge escalates to 7.9% but then again there is no great rush on this type of wager, to begin with.